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HWMonitor
What sensor?
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What sensor?
Mainboard
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http://hwcooling.net/en/which-x370-for-175-eur-asus-rog-strix-or-gigabyte-gaming-5-en/6/




STRIX-F on left
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In overclocking mode, constant 3.95 GHz was set for all cores, including the active SMT (with C’n’Q off). Although this frequency does not hit the limits of the processor, it will be possible to operate with it also on cheaper boards, which makes it easier to compare models from all categories. The Vcore CPU was tuned to the lowest possible value, which makes the process stable even at high load. Vcore SOC was manually regulated to fixed 1.1 V, other settings (including LLC) were left in “auto” mode.

We simulated the burn in IntelBurnTest (12 GB) for 15 minutes. In the first chapter, you can find the results from the internal chipset sensor and VRM. The second sensor, however, is not included in all boards, so this value will often be missing in the results. We captured the image of the heat around the socket with the thermal imager Fluke Ti125. Specifically, the maximum surface temperature of the coil casing, the MOSFET heatsink, and also the MOSFET casing (with heatsink removed, but for safety reasons, we did not include these measurements in overclocking mode). Through thermalvision, it is easy to see the temperature of MOSFETs and how efficient their coolers are. We put a strip of a thin paper tape on them before taking the pictures to ensure that the thermal imager reads temperatures from the same surface – eliminating distortions caused by combinations of different materials.

Edited by AlphaC - 10/27/17 at 7:48pm
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Hello, AlphaC, which software if any reads this temp and what is the label? Tclt?

Thank you to you, chew, and a others who have been putting out valuable info that help OCN.
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Thank you very much, i needed that. You're amazing.
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still kinda impressed that the aluminum brick is actually doing its job..

and how the hell people hits 3.9GHz without a real effort? i cant even get 3.8 stable at 1.312v right now!
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Heya! I'm looking for a good motherboard to pair with my 1700. I was looking at the GIGABYTE X370-Gaming K5 or GIGABYTE X370-Gaming 5, is the 30€ for the 5 worth it over K5? Also are there any better MOBO around the sam price range that have better VRMs?
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Heya! I'm looking for a good motherboard to pair with my 1700. I was looking at the GIGABYTE X370-Gaming K5 or GIGABYTE X370-Gaming 5, is the 30€ for the 5 worth it over K5? Also are there any better MOBO around the sam price range that have better VRMs?
K5 - garbage
G5 - OK
X370-F - Best
Try to stretch for X370-F, as you can see from the comparison it is better than G5. I have to confirm it is really good and the OC is easy with ton of VRM settings (G5 lacks)
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K5 - garbage
G5 - OK
X370-F - Best
Try to stretch for X370-F, as you can see from the comparison it is better than G5. I have to confirm it is really good and the OC is easy with ton of VRM settings (G5 lacks)

Are you sure? X370-F here is cheaper than Gaming 5.. Hmm ok so after a lil research Gaming 5 has IR3553 while X370-F has IR3555 so first of is this true and is there anything else that is better on X370-F because i really don't like the asthetics of X370-F..
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Are you sure? X370-F here is cheaper than Gaming 5.. Hmm ok so after a lil research Gaming 5 has IR3553 while X370-F has IR3555 so first of is this true and is there anything else that is better on X370-F because i really don't like the asthetics of X370-F..
It has better BIOS and memory support is good (i heard few bad things about G5)
It has BCLK gen if you care.
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